The Oldest Profession Podcast is an irreverent history that reminds listeners that sex workers have always been part of the story.
Jack the Ripper's VictimsiTunes | Stitcher | SpotifyLate in the summer of 1888, a serial killer murdered at least five women in London's East End. The press at the time was quick to paint his victims as prostitutes, punished for their promiscuity. This series tells...
Remembering Margo St. James A Special Series iTunes | Stitcher | SpotifyMargo St. James, who sparked the sex worker rights movement in the 1970’s, passed on January 11, 2021. James was a visionary who brought global advocates together to fight for sex worker...
Why January 25th Matters iTunes | Stitcher | Spotify On Jan 25, 1917, 300 sex workers in San Francisco marched to protest the imminent closure of their brothels. #OldProProject is an annual event that builds towards this anniversary, and this episodes takes a deep...
KAYTLIN BAILEY HOST
Kaytlin Bailey is a contrarian by nature and a provocateur by trade. Bailey is an internationally touring stand up comic, sex worker rights advocate and writer. She founded Old Pro Productions, Inc. in 2020 to tell better sex worker stories. Keep reading…
DR. CHARLENE J. FLETCHER HISTORIAN
MARIE CECILE ANDERSON PRODUCER & AUDIO ENGINEER
IRENE MERROW COMMUNITY MANAGER & PUBLICIST
Leah Moon Designer + Developer
About The Oldest Profession Podcast
Each episode of The Oldest Profession focuses on an “old pro” from history, contextualizing that figure in their own time and connecting their story to the ongoing struggle for sex worker rights. The Oldest Profession Podcast is a public history project elevating sex worker stories.
Your host, Kaytlin Bailey, is a nationally touring stand up comic, notorious old pro, and sex worker rights advocate. She’s partnered with historian, Charlene Fletcher PhD, and producer & audio engineer, Marie Cecile Anderson, to create an accessible and entertaining resource for anyone who wants to learn more about sex workers and our place in history.